Monthly Archives: December 2010

Nothing and Everything

I think that I have, in the last several days, been engaged in personal exploration, creatively.  That is, I have been searching for personal meaning in the scenes I see before me, and I’ve tried to capture, process and present those images here in a way that is meaningful to me, primarily.  I hope you’ll […]

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Your light will shine when all else fades

Do you remember the scene in the fantastic movie American Beauty where the character, Ricky, shows his girlfriend, Jane, the most beautiful thing he had ever filmed?  Ricky noted it was the day he realized “that there was an entire life behind things”.  I had one of those moments when I shot this last Friday […]

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Everything but the kitchen sink!!

I don’t know about you all, but I have WAY TOO MUCH camera gear! Ask my wife if you don’t believe me!  And, sometimes, I think it really weighs me down, not just in terms of the weight I lug around with me to an URBEX shoot, but also creatively.  Far too often, I often […]

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Just because…

I think I sometimes forget why it is, exactly, that I shoot and post-process what I do, and why I maintain a website.  Is it because I want lot’s of people to come see my pictures and enjoy seeing a bit of what I got to see?  Sure.  Is it because I enjoy reading comments […]

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Washed by the Water

Hey folks!  Great to be with you again, and I’m super pleased to share with you the latest results of the HDR collaboration between Rob Hanson, Mark Garbowski, Brian Matiash, Bob Lussier, Jim Denham, and me.  Yeah, baby.  Six guns strong and ready to rock and roll!  So what’s this all about?  Each week, one […]

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